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Remember that if a triangle has two equal sides, it is called isosceles. Decide whether each triangle formed by the points below is isosceles. Explain how you decided.

1. $(6,0)$, $(0,6)$, $(6,6)$

1. $(-3,7)$, $(-5,2)$, $(-1,2)$

1. $(4,1)$, $(2,3)$, $(9,2)$

1. $(1,1)$, $(5,-3)$, $(1,-7)$

The triangles described in parts (a), (b) and (d) are isosceles because there is one pair of equal sides.

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